Instructions for Silent Installation Date:
: MimioStudio 7.11 and later can be installed with Group Policy and we do support a silent installation.
A silent installation is one that runs without displaying any user interface. The setup parameters are typically specified on the command line.
The main part of the installation program is a Windows Installer package (example mimiostudio.msi) that is run by MSIEXEC.
Among the various MsiExec parameters, the /q option is used to set the user interface level. Usually q or qn creates no user interface. (Note: It is a known issue that Gallery and Components display a progress bar during installation in this mode but it does halt the process in unattended mode.)
An example for Silent Installation is below:
"<Path>\mimiostudio.msi" /qn ALLUSERS=1 /Lvuc <Path>\install.log
Where <Path> is the actual path where the MSI file is located and the install log would be created. ALLUSERS parameter is used to install the application for all the users on the computer. /L flag is used to create the log file.
A couple of articles that may help are:
Using Group Policy to Deploy Application Using Group Policy to Deploy Applications
Best Practices for Group Policy Based Application Deployment Best Practices for Group Policy Based Application Deployment